Finding the best and most authentic Japanese products in a sea of scams and cheap imitations is frustrating and difficult. What’s more, even when one discovers the real deal, determining if it will get shipped to the target country is another issue to worry about. However, it is time to kiss these frustrations and worries goodbye as Bunka Japan, a company that provides high-quality, authentic products from Japan, has been launched.
“Whether you are shopping for yourself or someone else, Bunka Japan is here to bring you the most exclusive, most notable, and the most sought-after Japanese items that we discover across the globe,” said Alice, Official Spokesperson and CMO of Banka Japan. “Our mission and our passion are to provide a better experience for people who are seeking the Japanese items that people love to own and talk about. We assembled a network of worldwide distributors and manufacturers to make sure we can always deliver on our promises,” she added.
The ecommerce store, which is now live at www.bankajapan.com, features a collection of curated products from around the globe such as Kintsugi (repairing broken pottery), Samurai Art (traditional warrior art), Yunomi Japanese Tea Cups, Kimono Cardigan for men or women made in collaboration with various designers and artisans around the world. These products are top-rated, affordable Japanese products that can be shipped and delivered to any customer’s destination.
Browse the collection of amazing Japanese products available on Banka Japan. To do so, please visit http://www.bankajapan.com/ today. Interestingly, the ecommerce store has a knowledgebase where articles are published under the Japanese Samurai Bushido Culture and Japanese Tea Culture Blog sections.
About Banka Japan
Bunka Japan was founded with a mission to promote Japanese culture through high-quality and authentic Japanese products. The company prides itself in being the first of its kind in providing high-quality, authentic products from Japan such as Kintsugi (Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by filling in the cracks and turning them into part of an object’s history), Samurai Art, Japanese Tea Sets, and Kimono Cardigan for men and women which are made in collaboration with various artists and artisans.